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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY; APRIL THE LBTHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Sask. Wheat Pool Sees Prices Boost Injurious to Food Plans ESGIXA, April he-sran Wfaeas Pool in a nt Tsiesaay said tfee r- per oeat allowable increase in f _ _ ___ ___ _ wu.. Alberta. Criticism EDMCXXTOX April The board of directors of the Alberta Wheat Pool criticized the federal McNaDy, Ford To Get Degrees i A YOU GET MSK SUF? TORONTO, April Howard Maiscea, round with a woman's pink slip in ius A harass, said in court Tues- dav he "just wanted to hang it on a staUie or something. Canadian Tanks To Russia EDMONTON, April Sea- government Tuesday for allowing tfee" price of farm ssachiuery would i to laush.; an increase of 12 per cent in the The Hon. Mr. Justice jprank Ford. Britons Spending Six Billions More Yearly Than Before the War higher cost of production. statement saiti that the Pool accepted government's low price ceilings "on Chairman B. S. Plusner, nine undergarment from a clothesline at three o'clock in the morning. The case was dismissed _, -ha Has alter Croam Attorney Harold Dr. G. Fred Tvno nas said he was who is completing this year his term of office as Chancellor of the Uni- i versity. there had price creases for aSSdSa. aal iSv said he wai against Id the thanks for I lob we" done." The boaros Eiate-j a visitor who haa cote a md ana all-out food wheat-starved the the farm snschfeery to- gogcUbn adversely af lecting orocucuon program Aids thousands off WINNIPEG. April .j siiiCvL- v g rh ve-era'-is who haie not yet been er cost for farm implements will aio. .--.-_ jjj Canada, said C. E. resideat of the Manitoba of Agriculture, able to Burchase their farm equip- ment to" enable them to return to the land. -Toe over-ail effect is to raise the cost of production for every fanner in Canada, thereby throw- irCT out cf line ice crice relauon- which existed when the price policy was announced and upon which there was general agreeiaent. -To offset; this, there must be a corresponding increase in farm prices" generally. So far as wheat is concerned, this means an in- crease ia both the initial price ana the final- m order to tain nnce "relationships be fair to the iarmer." T "K___________ __ Biochemistry and a "graduate in Medicine of this universitv. who succeeded the late Sir Frederick as chairman of the Nation- al Research Council's Committee on Medical Research. Mr. Justice Ford and Dr. Mc- Xallv wul receive their degrees at the "Convocation on May 15. when made" fans machinery bv the Prices Beard. "Mr. IVood said the a e n a the former wul sue the special ad- in Cann-f dress. Dr. degree tnll be increased wtll raise production, costs of needed food such as wheat and will definitely further inflation. the price line of other awarded at the "medical Convoca- tion on October 5. when he will be the special speaker. Germans were very polite in their efforts to enslave France; the Ani- a "visitor who had done a foolish act while The court ruled ihat the police "wiU return this slip to the owner." tlitr price uuc: vi eiiUlct> -oods and services were allowed to t encars were very impolite in their too far upward" there would efforts to liberate us." have to be a revision of prices of---------------------- -sound commodities" upward to mees, the trend. Govt. Offices, Banks Close Easter Monday CALGARY, April Monday -will be a. sta- tutory holiday as proclaimed bv Dominion government offi- rials in Ottawa last week and government offices and banks will be closed, but a number of Calgary retail stores and indus- trial plants trill work. April Cable) received 1338 tanis from Canada daring the war, part of a total of proviced b-.- Britain j in the Prune Minister- Attlee said Tuesday in the house of J commons. i Total value of military supplies dispatched by Britain amounted to. approximately iscludiiis: aircraft of; which had been sent from the i United Siates as jia-t BntiEh untie- iend-Jease. In addinoa Britain seat about OW.CQO wprih cfj other suppiies. -We are very glad to hare been1 able to give this assistance to our: Sonet allies ana to have helped to, eotiip and sustain them in thear, bitter strugale against the common j enemy." Mr. Attlee said. j He agreed so consider a sugges-; tlon of Lie-Jt. T. C. Skeffingtoa- j Lodge Labor, that information be. broadcast by the BBC to Russia "so, as to enable our Russian aUies to; develop a better perspective in; which to judge the relative merits! and contributions of those who! contributed to oar united victory." i Mr. Attlee added that 41 convoys J went to Russia during the war. IONDON, April consumers are spending almost a >ear more than before the -war bat set- ting 14 per cent less for their money. Abesut ons-Jhird of the increase is caused by higher indirect taxa- ticn. The remainder is the resuit of higher prices and increastd con- sujBptioa in some larly alioholls erages and to- bacco. New Dodge Cars Now On Display; Advanced Engineering Featured i Shipments ol near Dodge passes.- ger cars and tracks are no'sr beicg received by Marq-iis Molars, and JDeSoto autoisobUes are ex- peeled shortly, according to Oliver Commemorate Battle Of Culloden Moor InvereessI Scotland, April the Trail of iarcentiEpt ivigpjpes on Culloden Moor recalled that here on April IS 1745 Hanoverian b'jBets a.ad grapeshot ended a Jacobite at- the Stsisrts ;o siie British throne. Tha las: battle on Britain's soil vras commemorated at a short cerenxffiy amid the stones -srhich for 200 years have marked the graves of" the clansmen fell in charges s gainst a superior foe as Prince Charles Pnnce his hopes of a restoration vanish. Scribbled Note Tells Of Man's Last Hours KENCSA. Ont.. Apr-: scnooled note found in his pyjama i pocket told of the iast hours of Wilfred Steep. 45-year-cld canp i auditor for the Ontario-Minnesota Palp and Paper Company. Tsicse i body -sras found Sunday by a, search i par.y. Stee? left camp 65 on his 42- 1 mile trsp to KJenora. Ifarch 29. The same 1 off the trail. Then he apparently donned extra shirts to i keep warm. 1 He had all day Saarr- J cay. the note .said, but he -couldn't ges anywhere Then he grew weaker and The last en- s try on the back of the canrp order I paper said: p.m- this is the end. No suffering. froasn. ScaSdnr. Good bye I He buned here Tuesday. f EUiott, president of i The new Dodge is on display IB J Foisting out the in the ixst-war Mr. Elliott ezplatned that Dodges have 34 saw also announced the recent ap- poaKmea; of t-sso "eterans Second Great War to or salessaaea his and added that further appointntents bt made The tiro salesnsea re- ceatlv appointed as salesmen for Motors are 3oben Marquis Motors Ltd., distributers :or Dodge and De Soto cars and tracks. Previous to joining Marquis Motors staff served four years with Canadian Dental Carps, receiving his discharge early this year. He is uell fit- ted for his new position, having been associated locally with the business for five years pnor to erJisting. two years "in sales' of rice -HOrk ar.d three years as city salesman. loggers. Now every night, "is Saturday night. The log- gers crowd the three dance haus, line UD for a movie, jam the beer parlors until closing tune (.1130 p.m.} Uambling flourished mightily tin- til a posse ol provincial policemen swooped down on three poser joints one night, netted, a rich haul of players and cash (average pot: Bui fun-loving Aldertuaas prefer to in annual sal- mon derbies. The ivee salmon in their canal is among the fighnngest fish in Canada. All this pleases jut-jawedr Mayor Walter C. Ham- ilton. He earnestly about "steady, substantial looks for a "town of to in the next ten years." T.AKT: LORE (Holiday Magazine) Travelers in Oregon shouldn't fay- pass Crater Lake, where .a dinner plate dropped overboard from a ooat is plainly visible 1500 feet be- low the surface. The water occu- pies an extinct volcano, is six miles across and reaches a .maximum of 2000 fees in depth. The case of tne disappearing lake occurred near Gainesville, Piorida. SeTexsl streams flowed "into a sink .hole there, -which became clogged, j In 1871 a lake appeared about eight miles long- and icur miles wide. I Twenty vears later, the lake began jto drain- Before long it was gone j like the water from a bathtub. An Irishman entered a barber's shoo for a shave. After he was 1 seated and the lather applied, the i barber was called to -the adjoining i room, where he was detained. The barber had in the shop a pet monkey which caused amusement bv imitating its mastex. As soon as the barber had Quitted the room the monkey seized the shaving brush, cipned it in the lather and proceeded to apply it to the Irish- man's lace. Wiien that operation was finished to the monkey's sat- isfaction, the little animal picked up a razor, and, after stropping it, turned to Pat. to shave him. "Stop cried Pat firmly, sitting erect. "Ye can tuck the towel in me neck, and put the j soap on me face, but, begorrah, yer father's got to shave RABBIT STEW (The New Yorker) Chicago seems to be full of people who are trying to sell something to somebody. The other day, at lunch a; tne Blackstone, I was pounced on by a vigorous' waiter who wanted to sell me a rabbit stew. He said the rabbits had been snecialiv raised on a farm near here that they had had the best of feed, that they were free of tularemia, that 'they had been freshly Jailed, and so on. The last thing I that day was rabbit stew and I put up an argument, bat I finally had to give in and eat the stuff. It wasn't bad at that. The late-comer fb a London con- cert hall, who imagined he was visiting a variety entertainment, arrived m time to hear a perform- ance not at all to his taste. He nudged the man next to him. "I he asked, "what's this stuff we're -Hush." came the shocked reply: "This is Beethoven's Jsinth Sym- phony." muttered the Bon-mus- i cal man. "if tr.e other eight were' like this, thank goodness I was UNPOPULAR L.S. SOLDIERS (.Demaree Bess, in The Saturday Evening Post) There are several reasons today for Frencn ili-feehng toward Am- ericans, and the whose subject citen ss discussed by those c-f us wno live over here. There is little doubt that, the most not the irost for un- friendliness is the American soldier. Milkers of United States soldiers have passed through France smce Jane 1944, and of these men have behaved very badly indeed. Anyone who has talked with OUT knows that many of them never even tried to understand the Frenca people and loudly expressed their preference for Bel- gians and even Germans. I kr.ow personally of cozens of incidents throughout France in which United States soldiers have insulted Frenchwomen, have got into fights with Frenchmen or sneered at their lighting qualities, and otherwise t behaved like hooligans. There is a certain amount of this behavior in all armies, wherever they go, but i the Army which the French have most of is the- American. And, i as one Frenchman put it: "The ITS BETTER THAN EVER tie beautiful, new, Dependable Dodge. Thirty-four important new features and improvements, added to Dodge lime-tested engineering and design, make it the finest low-priced car ever bnilt by Dodge in Canada. Jfs new solid. itnnpers for greater protection new, jnasiire grille oi glittering chrome new enamel finish, smooth as harder than ___nev, jtreamlinetl rear lenders lowered side opening to protect body finish from stones htxnrions. two-ions, French-pleated upholstery that blends with tfcc colorful and shining metal of the new inurnment panel and steering wheel. It's ffeic in performance finger-tondb starting with the new piuh-batton, mounted on the instnnnent panel... quicker waraa-ap md easier cold weather suiting vith a new- intake manifold, haying a greater heating area and better gas distribution new. rotor type oil pnmp which required oil pres- sure orer the range engine and temperatnre...new enclosed.oniwrsal joints {or added protection oa rocgh new, sturdier, rear axle ring gear and pinion... new gas tank filler which prevents dirt blockages in the lines and is self-cleaniaz by action of the in the tsak.-.and many other improvements in engineering and (Jcsirn, including the great brake improve- ment described at the right. 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